Sohee Williams, MD

Christina Berge, LPN

Obstetrics, Gynecology & Infertility

Dr. Sohee Williams grew up in the Emerald Valley and joined Pacific Women’s Center in 2013.  She graduated from South Eugene High School and continued her education at the University of Oregon.  She completed a degree in biology and a minor in biochemistry before completing medical school at Oregon Health and Science University where she met her husband. 

Together, they moved to the Midwest for residency at the University of Kansas when they decided that there was no place like home.  Dr. Williams happily moved back to Eugene after training where she put down roots and grew both her family and her practice – two things that brings her immense joy and compassion.  They both remind her daily of the importance of the human experience, and joys big and small.

 Dr. Williams has interests in family planning, contraception, low and high-risk obstetrics, infertility, general gynecology, and minimally invasive surgery.  She comes trained in the Intuitive Da Vinci Robotics surgical technique.  She has an interest in the education and guidance of the adolescent and young-adult patient as they transition to take ownership of their healthcare knowledge and choices.  She is looking forward to providing personalized one on one care and following her patients through the different periods of their lives from adolescence to menopause and beyond.

Little Known Fact: Dr. Williams grew up splitting her time between Eugene and South Korea – she ping ponged her way across the Pacific Ocean multiple times a year until medical school. 

CERTIFICATION: Diplomate, American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology


2013 – Present
OB/GYN Specialist, Pacific Women’s enter, LLC, Eugene,OR


Residency – University of Kansas Medical Center, OB/Gyn, currently PGY-3

M.D. – Oregon Health & Science University – Portland, Oregon

B.S. Biology & Biochemistry – University of Oregon – Eugene, OR


Best resident teacher award – Kansas University Medical Center OB/Gyn, 2011

Kenneth AJ MacKenzie Scholarship –University of Oregon, 2005-current

SURP Grant – University of Oregon, Summer Undergraduate Research Project (SURP) Grant for continued study of budΔ32, 2003

Diversity Building Scholarship – University of Oregon – Office of Multicultural Affairs, full scholarship for undergraduate education, 2000-2005


Resident Representative – Kansas University Medical Center, 2011
TeamStepps Project, interdisciplinary communication improvement initiative

Chairman – Women’s Health Interest Group, 2006-2007
Organized/facilitated speakers, presentations, medical student activities, established a comprehensive OB preceptor program


Institute of Molecular Biology, University of Oregon, 2002-2005
Tom Stevens Lab – screening of putative vacuolar protein sorting genes, closer study of budΔ32 and cpsΔ9


Resident Education Presentations, 2009-current

Review of Magnesium Sulfate CPUterine Anomalies
Current Thought in Elective BSOVulvar Lesions
Thyroid Disorders in PregnancyCMV in Pregnancy
Updates in GBS ProphylaxisUltrasound Screening Modalities
Review of Magnesium Sulfate CPProphylaxis

Morphologic Changes of budΔ32 and Localization of Protein in Saccharomyces cerevisiae – Powerpoint and poster presentation at conclusion of SURP Grant funding, 2003


American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, 2006-Present
American Medical Association, 2005-2009
American College of Physicians
Oregon Medical Association
ACOG District VII Meeting – Kansas City, MO, 2011

Society of Obstetrical Anesthesia and Perinatologists Conference, 2010 & 2011
San Antonio, TX and Las Vegas, NV
Oregon Section ACOG Meeting – Portland, OR, 2008
13th Annual OHSU Women’s Health Conference – Portland, OR, 2008
ACOG Oregon Section 16th Annual Clinical Meeting –Sunriver,OR, 2008
34th Annual Meeting for the North American Society For Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynecology – Portland, OR, 2007


Jaydoc Free Clinic, 2009 – current
supervision of medical student clinic, obstetric sonography

OMSI Safety Safari, 2005
Pediatric vision screening and parent education

Planned Parenthood, 2004-2005
Youth education and special events

Sexual Assault Support Services , 2003-2005
Volunteer: phone counseling, public education, special events

ARC of Lane County, 2002-2005
Respite care for patients with Autism and Rett Syndrome


Lane County Department of Disabilities/4J School District – Tutor for Rett Syndrome patient, focus: physical therapy, life skills, cognitive development, 2003-2005

University of Oregon, 2001-2005
Dept. of Chemistry – Undergraduate Peer Tutor, SUPeRChemistry program, 2005
Dept. of Biology – Undergraduate Teaching Assistant BI214&252, 2004-2005
Lillis School of Business, BEST tutoring center – Tutor, calculus and business statistics, 2004-2005
Private tutor – general/organic chemistry, calculus, 2003-2005
Dept. of Molecular Biology, T. Stevens Lab – Research: VPS genes of Saccromyces cerevisiae, 2002-2005
Dept. of Chemistry – Lab assistant for general chemistry teaching labs, 2001-2002